Adam Linder (b. 1983, Sydney) is a choreographer and dancer based in Los Angeles and Berlin. He makes works for the theatre and provides Choreographic Services. In 2016, Linder participated in the Made in LA Biennial at The Hammer Museum Los Angeles, where he was awarded the Mohn Prize for artistic excellence. Linder also participated in the 20th Biennale of Sydney and the Liverpool Biennial (both 2016). Recent solo or two person shows have included Institute of Contemporary Art, London (2015) and The Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin (2016). Additionally, his works have been commissioned, presented and hired by HAU Hebbel-am-Ufer Theatre Berlin, Serralves Museum Porto, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, The Wattis Institute San Francisco, Museum of Modern Art Warsaw, American Realness NYC, Kampnagel Theatre Hamburg, 356 Mission Rd. Los Angeles and Frieze LIVE London. In the past Linder performed with the Michael Clark Dance Company, Meg Stuart's Damaged Goods and The Royal Ballet London.

Management - Andrea Niederbuchner alinderstudio(at)gmail.com

www.silberkuppe.org

Press and Texts

Mousse Magazine, issue 50 (2015) - Dance in the Ruins

Un Magazine, issue 9.2 (2015) - S,s,s,sommme P,p,p,p,proxim,im,im,ity

Frieze Magazine, issue 174 (2015) - Life in Performance

ATP Diary (2015) - Conversation between Linder and Nashat

New York Times (2014) - New Live Performances…

Frieze d/e, issue 15 (2014) - Brand New

Jahresring 61 (2014) - Writing with the Body

Spike Magazine, issue 37 (2013) - The Unmarriageables

Goethe Institut (2013) - An Old Ally